Inventing the Future


What gets the new generation of younger musicians, composers, and conductors excited about orchestras today and tomorrow? It’s reimagining repertoire; and rethinking how orchestras present the music we all love. It's the new approaches to community—all in the service of guaranteeing a strong future for orchestras. At the Inventing the Future session at the League of American Orchestras’ National Conference, June 5-8 in Dallas, some of "today’s most provocative young talent and thinkers" got together to talk about the present and future of orchestras. (James Holt, Scott Harrison, Jose Luis Hernandez-Estrada, Caitlin Sullivan, and William Brittelle after their presentation).

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